Super Why makes reading an empowering adventure by using interactive literacy games that need YOU to play. In Super Why reading is power!
Super Why makes reading an empowering adventure by using interactive literacy games that need YOU to play. In Super Why reading is power! We begin each 24-minute reading adventure in Storybrook Village, a magical 3-D world hidden behind the bookshelves in a children's library. The Storybrook Village is the home of your child's favorite fairytale characters. In every episode, one of the friends encounters a problem with another Storybrook Village character. As in real life, the problems require preschool social skills to resolve. The adventure begins as the Super Readers find out how famous fictional characters handled similar situations. This adventure inside a book helps the Super Readers figure out the answers to their own problems.
Use these videos, interactives and activities to emphasis literacy concepts in the classroom.
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Cooking with students is a great way to teach kids about measurement and help them learn the language of math. Creating and completing patterns help them learn important problem solving and mathematical reasoning skills.
It is important for students children to recognize that quantities can be represented in different ways – using numerals, words, drawings, or real objects. They can play a memory game with numbers.
The game from Super Why will help students with letter identification, word formation, and exposure to celebration-themed words. The Super Readers need some party items before their celebration can begin. Players will create words by finding and identifying letters that are hidden in the scene.
Wonder Red Helps Math-A-Million with counting and rhyming. Students will foster the skill of letter identification and word recognition.